Alan J Lawson is an Anglo Hispanic painter and poet living in the Swiss mountains. He is co Founder and co Director of the Alpine Fellowship, a symposium for artists, philosophers, and poets. Professor Roger Scruton, whom Alan painted in 2011, is the ambassador.  Alan is one of the key figures in the revival of representational art and his essay ‘Redemptive Realism’ was published as part of the TRAC proceedings by the California Lutheran University. His work and philosophy is covered by Fine Art Connoiseur  (May 2015).  Alan’s painting has been internationally recognized by the Portrait Society of America, and The Art Renewal Centre, and his work is widely collected in Europe and the United States, where he has significant patronage and collectors.  Alan is a member of the artist collaborative Realism Without Borders  and was shortlisted for the Bridport Poetry Prize by the renowned poet Liz Lochhead.

For more information on Alan and his work please see  www.aj-lawson.com  and   www.alpinefellowship.com.

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